24 episodios

Are you creating podcasts, videos, courses or other content where you use your voice? The Talking Silkworm Podcast is the ultimate guide for coaches and entrepreneurs looking to expand their audiences through the power of their voice. Join us as we share valuable insights, advice, and resources to help you establish a strong online presence and connect with your ideal listeners.

Whether you're a podcaster, video creator, course instructor, or anyone utilizing your voice in content creation, our weekly episodes offer the latest strategies to elevate your voice-based content.

Are you eager to grow your audience and make a lasting impact? Tune in right now and unlock the true potential of your voice.

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Are you creating podcasts, videos, courses or other content where you use your voice? The Talking Silkworm Podcast is the ultimate guide for coaches and entrepreneurs looking to expand their audiences through the power of their voice. Join us as we share valuable insights, advice, and resources to help you establish a strong online presence and connect with your ideal listeners.

Whether you're a podcaster, video creator, course instructor, or anyone utilizing your voice in content creation, our weekly episodes offer the latest strategies to elevate your voice-based content.

Are you eager to grow your audience and make a lasting impact? Tune in right now and unlock the true potential of your voice.

    How and Why to Build a Content Calendar for Your Podcast

    How and Why to Build a Content Calendar for Your Podcast

    In this episode, we'll explore the concept of a content calendar and why it is a valuable tool for planning, scheduling, and organizing your content. Whether you choose to use a printed calendar, a spreadsheet, or an app, the purpose remains the same: to serve as a roadmap for your show, allowing you to visualize the past, present, and future of your content.
    Key Ideas:
    Importance of Having a Content CalendarStrategic Thinking and Planning AheadTracking and Organization

    • 17 min
    What Are Show Notes and Why They Are Important for Your Show

    What Are Show Notes and Why They Are Important for Your Show

    In this episode, we'll be discussing the importance of show notes for your podcast. Show notes serve as a complement to your episode content and offer several benefits, including improved SEO, directing listeners to your website, sharing resources and other episodes, and capturing your audience's attention by giving them a preview of what the episode entails.
    Key Ideas:
    Show notes contribute to better SEO by providing additional written content related to your podcast episode.They serve as another piece of valuable content that can attract and engage your audience.Show notes act as a way to lead people to your podcast's webpage, increasing traffic and visibility.They provide an opportunity to share resources and guide listeners to other episodes, encouraging them to explore more of your content.Show notes help attract your listener's attention and give them a clear understanding of what the episode will cover.Resources:
    https://rachelcorbett.com.au/blog/podcast-show-notes/
    https://www.thepodcasthost.com/websites-hosting/creating-great-podcast-shownotes/
    https://convertkit.com/podcast-show-notes

    • 10 min
    5 Things You Need to Start a Podcast

    5 Things You Need to Start a Podcast

    In this episode we'll discuss the five essential things you need to start a podcast. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced podcaster or a beginner, these key ideas will guide you in launching a successful show. We'll explore the importance of defining your specific audience and topic, creating a content calendar, and developing a marketing plan to help you reach and engage your listeners effectively.
    Key Ideas:
    Define Your Specific Audience and TopicGet a good hosting serviceCreate a Content CalendarDevelop a Marketing PlanInvest in Quality Equipment and Recording Setup.Engage with Your Audience

    • 14 min
    Stop Consumption Mode, Switch Into Creation Mode

    Stop Consumption Mode, Switch Into Creation Mode

    Today we'll dive into the concept of shifting from consuming content to creating content for your business and audience. In a world filled with endless streams of information and social media platforms, it's easy to fall into the trap of passive content consumption. However, we'll explore why it's crucial to break free from this cycle and embrace the challenge of generating valuable content that resonates with your audience and fuels the growth of your business.
    Key Ideas:
    Social media and doomscrollingThe Excess of Content ConsumptionThe Challenge to Create New Content. Overcoming Resistance and Taking ActionBenefits of Content Creation for Your Business

    • 4 min
    When Should You Start Creating Content For Your Business?

    When Should You Start Creating Content For Your Business?

    If you're a coach or entrepreneur just starting out, it's crucial to prioritize building an audience and creating content from day one. While word-of-mouth is valuable for making yourself known and generating leads, taking control of your visibility, reputation, and authority through content creation offers unique advantages. By earning trust, showcasing expertise, and fostering a community, you can attract and connect with potential clients, making the process of selling services or products more organic and meaningful.
    Some of the ideas we mention in this episode:
    The precise moment you should start building your audience.Choose a content format that resonates with your audience and provides value, such as blogging, podcasting, or video.Don't rely solely on social media platforms; create a foundation for your content strategy on channels where you have control.You already have value to offer, even if you don't consider yourself an expert.Building your reputation takes time.Creating content promotes self-growth, self-reflection, and constant learning.

    • 12 min
    Interview With Gordon Firemark

    Interview With Gordon Firemark

    In the world of podcasting, success extends beyond captivating content and top-notch equipment. Understanding podcasting's legal aspects is crucial to safeguard yourself, your guests, and your audience. There are four key legal areas to consider, even when things are running smoothly. From contract governance to guest releases, protecting hosts and guests is paramount. Red flags in selecting guests, content disclaimers, and guarding against defamation are all essential for responsible podcasting. Remember, hosts can be liable for false statements, emphasizing the significance of presenting multiple perspectives to avoid an echo chamber. For business podcasters, three key tips can pave the way to success. So, let's explore the podcasting world responsibly and stay legally informed!

    Gordon joins the podcast. 1:15Gordon's background in the entertainment industry. 3:00The blue ocean strategy for podcasting. 5:00Why should people care about the legal side of a podcast? 8:00The four categories of legal issues. 10:40Nothing bad happens when things are going well. 13:05State which country or state law will govern the terms of the contract. 15:10How does a guest release protect both the host and the guest? 17:10How to buy the best recording equipment? 19:50Red flags to look out for on a potential guest. 21:40The content of the show and disclaimers.24:15How to protect yourself against libel defamation. 26:45Hosts and producers can be held liable for false statements. 30:05The importance of giving voice to multiple sides of an issue. 32:30The danger of becoming an echo chamber. 34:20Three key tips for running a podcast for business. 35:50

    • 41 min

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